Kristi Hall
In Honor Of Sgt 1st class Bryan E. Hall

I promise to honor you everyday with my actions.  I'm blessed to call you my brother. I know
you're in a safe place looking after your "band of brothers", keeping them in line.  Actually,
you're probably fishing with grandma and Donna wearing your traditional Ducks Unlimited
shirt, wranglers, and RAIDERS hat.  You will remain in my thoughts daily and I will help
Addsion build a strong character and remind her how amazing you were.  She too will honor
you through her actions.

I love you always!  Your little sister:)

July 04, 2015
CSM David Pierce
SFC Hall, today I was reflecting on what a great and professional NCO YOU ARE.  I remember
all the hard training you conducted getting your soldiers ready for combat. As a US Army
weapons instructor your classes greatly enhanced 1-67 Armor soldiers ability to master their
weapons. Of the many NCOs I have trained with you were one of the finest I had ever worked
with and I am proud of having the chance to know you. You will always be my brother and
your sacrifice for your country will never be forgotten. God bless Rachel and Addie, I know
you are watching over them! You are missed !
CSM pierce

January 10, 2014
Douglas Keeney
Love You cousin.

April 11, 2011
Lenny Voet
It was an honor and privilege to perform at the 2nd annual A walk To Remember. I didn't
know you, but based upon the number of people that attended and emotions, you must have
been a special person.
RIP and thank you and your family very much for your service.

May 31, 2009
Shannon Brown
To the Hall Family~
Bryan was truly an honorable man, and I knew that from the first day I met him. I was a
soldier and my husband Larry is Bryan's Company Commander and we often spoke of the
kind of exceptional leader he was. His soldiers were lucky to have a platoon sergeant like
Bryan, he was always the first man to show up and the last one to leave, and his soldiers, the
army, and his family meant the world to him. Bryan was truly one of a kind! To Rachel and
Addie, you will always be a part of our family and we love you! Bryan loved you both more
than anything, and that was evident within seconds of meeting him! You are all so dear to
Larry and I, and we are so sorry for your loss, and we are more than sorry to lose one of the
best NCOs in Alpha Company, his loss is felt throughout the company! See you on Fiddler's
Green Bryan, you are a hero!

Larry and Shannon Brown

May 20, 2009
Tami Thomas
Bryan..we had your memorial today at Fort Carson.  It is so hard to believe you will not be
coming back.  You made the ultimate sacrifice so that we can live free.  We Love you, Rachel,
and Addie so very much. Your memory will always carry on....

April 29, 2009
Hall, I haven't seen you in years and when I found out you had passed it was a sad day for
me. You were a great person as well as an outstanding Soldier and I am sure you will be
missed by family, friends and Soldiers across this great country of ours. God Bless your
family and may they have all the support they will need during their healing process. Look
down on them and keep them safe as you did your fellow Soldiers and one day we will all
meet again and share a laugh and some great memories. SFC Dunn

April 26, 2009
Lori Danby
SSgt. Bryan Hall,
Thank you for your service and ultimate sacrifice. Your time as a combat soldier is done. It is
time to rest and watch over your loved ones. May you be at peace. I pray your family knows
how much you must have loved them to have given yourself to protect them and your
country. My thoughts and prayers are with your family, wife and daughter. In time, I pray your
daughter learns of the wonderful father and soldier you are.
Lori Danby
Proud Mom of Marine - Iraq 07, Afghanistan 08
Tri Counties Blue Star Moms
Sgt.1st Class Bryan E. Hall
United States Army
KIA 10 April 2009, Iraq
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32, of Elk Grove, Calif.; assigned to the 1st Battalion, 67th Armor Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat
Team, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Carson, Colo.; died April 10 in Mosul, Iraq, when his vehicle was
struck by a suicide bomber. Also killed were Staff Sgt. Gary L. Woods Jr., Sgt. Edward W. Forrest
Jr., Cpl. Jason G. Pautsch and Pfc. Bryce E. Gautier.